Lingard Doubles As Man Utd Roll Arsenal

Lingard Doubles As Man Utd Roll Arsenal

Lingard Doubles As Man Utd Roll Arsenal

The Gunners saw their 100 per cent home record in the Premier League come to an end on Saturday as Jose Mourinho's side claimed a 3-1 victory in a thrilling game at the Emirates Stadium.

Laurent Koscielny's careless cross-field pass inadvertently set up Valencia's opener before Shkodran Mustafi's carelessness in possession led to Lingard scoring, the England global not even having to break stride to convert Anthony Martial's exquisite reverse pass in behind.

Back came United, who were within an ace of restoring their two-goal lead when Cech made a fine save to deny Lingard, the ball looping back off a post and Arsenal breaking to fashion a chance for Iwobi that De Gea stopped.

Wenger was proud of the attacking endeavour of his players, but was left angry that their efforts were in vain because of a lack of early concentration.

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The German made even more changes than his team scored goals, leaving out six of the side who beat Stoke City 3-0 in midweek.

Speaking to BBC Football Focus, the 24-year-old said about league leaders Manchester City: "Some day I hope they are going to slip and I hope, and I know that it's bad to say things like that, but I hope for us that some very important players get injured". We were too on the edge mentally maybe - you can not be in a game like that.

"I think we produced excellent quality and were not decisive enough, neither in our box nor in their box".

"It was a big blow to go 2-0 so early on - especially at home". When you play at home, that can not happen.

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Wenger commented: "I am really disappointed because it was a good performance, but we had nothing to show for it at the end and that is hard to take". "But when you go into a big game, you can not make the mistakes that we made".

Jose Mourinho hailed David de Gea as the best goalkeeper in the world after the Spaniard's inspired display helped Manchester United clinch a 3-1 win at Arsenal. The United resistance prompted the Frenchman to state De Gea was "man of the match by a clear mile".

They comfortably held on despite Paul Pogba being sent off for a unsafe challenge late on, punishing Arsenal for early defensive mistakes.

Arsenal had a late penalty shout ignored when Matteo Darmian clipped Danny Welbeck, but Wenger suggested it was a decision that was never likely to go their way.

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